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Palmela 2011 IPPC Sao Joao Theater Interior 2
Portugal

The São João Theater will be the main venue during the conference and will host the Tutorial Program on May 31 and the full Conference Program from June 1 - 4, 2011.

This stylish building was renovated in 2010 and has all the audiovisual facilities needed to run the conference.

Additionally, the Theater Foyer will also host one of the planned Panoramic Photography Exhibitions from June 3, 2011 until August 31, 2011.

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